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Mentoring Programs and Services at UW Oshkosh

UW Oshkosh/Aurora Health Care Student Leadership Pipeline Program

The Pipeline Program brings together UW Oshkosh students from the following organizations: Men in Nursing, Multicultural Education Coalition leaders, select women students, LGBTQ and Men of Color Initiative students and select members of the Aurora Health Care team along with UW Oshkosh administrators from the Campus Center for Equity and Diversity in a year-long leadership program to facilitate and discuss 21st century leadership strategies and exposure students to the opportunities at Aurora Health Care. This program provides students with career readiness skills that will position them for internships, work while in college and life beyond UW Oshkosh in the health care field and beyond. Moreover, the overarching goal is to increase college persistence and graduation,
particularly among underserved minority students and prepare them for success inside and outside of the classroom.

Goals:

  • To provide students with practical information and tools to support their college and career success;
  • To expose students with an opportunity to engage with Aurora Health Care staff and learn about potential career opportunities at Aurora;
  • Leadership development.


UW Oshkosh Multicultural Education Coalition (MEC) Student Leadership Retreat

The UW Oshkosh MEC Student Leadership Retreat takes place in the spring semester.  The retreat brings together student leaders and UW Oshkosh administrators to facilitate and discuss 21st century leadership strategies and provide students with career readiness skills that will position them for internships, work while in college and life beyond UW Oshkosh. The overarching goal is to increase college persistence and graduation, particularly among underserved minority students and prepare them for success inside and outside of the classroom and to provide students with practical information and tools to support their college and career success. In addition, the goal was to give them an opportunity to engage with Aurora Health Care staff to gain insight about the world of work and refine their student leadership skills. 

For more information on mentoring opportunities, please contact (920) 424-3081.

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